Max Childress
Max Childress
Max Childress
Max Childress
Max Childress

CLASS OF 2022

2B
SS

Max
Childress

College Station (HS) • TX
5-11 • 180LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Banditos

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2022 National

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2022 State

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6/22/21

Positional Profile: 2B/SS

Body: 5-foot-11, 180 pounds.

Hit: LH. Balanced stance, small leg lift load trigger, barrel tilt swing trigger, uphill swing plane, pull-side tendency hitting line drives.  

Power: 85.57 mph max exit velocity in BP, 80.56 mph average exit velocity, 295 feet max distance.

Arm: RH. INF - 76 mph. Short arm action, 3/4 slot, accurate throws. 

Defense: Good footwork getting to the ball, clean funnel to release with good hands, fields the ball in rhythm towards his target.

Run: 8.28 runner in the 60.

6/04/19

The number 1 ranked 2B in the state for his class, Childress is 5-foot-10, 170-pounds, with an athletic trim. Ran a 8.01 60-yard dash, showed good power and extension in left-handed swing, and crisp actions in the field. The bat showed good pop with an 81 mph exit velocity off of the tee, and the easy generation of leverage in each swing. Childress makes clean throws across the diamond at 78 mph. 

STX UC Games
A still-developing 5-foot-9, 155-pound frame, he was the lone 2022 graduate at the event. The left-handed hitter starts with his hands high in a slightly-bent, athletic stance. As he loads, his hands move down-and-back in conjunction with a slight leg lift, showcasing an advanced comprehension for how to transfer his weight to the point of attack. As a rising freshman, Childress did well to create space for his barrel to work within the zone and opened his hips with authority. On the infield, he played with composure, securing the baseball at his midline and showed good footwork to create momentum towards his target. He flashed a whippy arm and an advanced ability to play on the run. Given where Childress already stands as a ballplayer, his high school growth should be watched with a keen eye.  

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